French cricket


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French cricket

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(Team Sports, other than specified) a child's game resembling cricket, in which the batsman's legs are used as the wicket
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ICC representatives, the French Sports Ministry, French administration and French cricket clubs also took active part in making the championship a resounding success.
But the Aussies destroyed England 5-0 in the last Ashes Down Under and have pretty much dominated all forms of the game since, not including French cricket.
explains the omniscient narrator in the prologue, "I am nothing more than the air that passed through these homes, lingering in the verandas where husbands and wives revisited their days I am the road itself, upon whose bosom the children played French cricket with their knees locked together To tell a story about divergent lives, the storyteller must be everything and nothing.
From there on in, the stranded foursome continued in the same jocular vein which saw them endure being bound in fog, menaced by wildlife, cut off from the world, trying their hand at French cricket and arguing over an emergency sausage, all while failing miserably to maintain their middle class dignity.
From there on the stranded foursome continued in the same jocular vein which saw them endure being fogbound, menaced by wildlife, cut off from the world, trying their hand at French cricket and arguing over an emergency sausage, all while failing miserably to maintain their middle class dignity.
Menaced by wildlife and cut off from the world, this middle class exercise turns into a carnival of recriminations, French cricket and emergency sausages.
Cameron raised a few laughs at a gathering of Conservative Friends of India when he talked about his shock at finding his wife, Samantha, playing French cricket in the grounds of Chequers with a bat that had been signed for him by Tendulkar.
And if you combine your outdoor repast with some physical activity - a leisurely walk or bike ride with family games like French cricket or football - then you can enjoy the best of all worlds.
Last week the only TV station interested in the Championships at all was Eurosport who amid the Estonian tractor-pulling play offs and Albanian Under-15 French cricket are the only friends of many a minority sport but England reach a final and it is like the Battle of Britain all over again as the BBC scramble into action with schedules dropped and the match now live on BBC2.
Pupils also found out about famous French people and artists and, although the game is not French, played French cricket.
Balls can cause a problem, but if you have room for a piece of grass to accommodate, say, French cricket, that's great.